Here's An Adult-Size Baby Stroller That Parents Can Test Ride
This carriage for grown-ups can hold up to 400 pounds
Because a grown man can get thrown out of most Babies “R” Us stores for trying to climb into a baby stroller, Contours has created a 350-pound stroller, called the big Bliss, that adults can “test-ride” to determine if a Contours model is a worthy steed for their bambino.
The Bliss, conceived by ad agency FCB Chicago, took a team of six people four weeks to construct. The oversized anomaly weighs in at 350 pounds and can hold an adult of at least 400 pounds. The novelty stroller features a water-resistant canopy, just like its pint-sized counterpart, so prospective buyers can comfortably take a test ride, even in rainy conditions.